@Sebastian, I´ll take a deep look at the Esteps documentation, it´s a pretty new concept for me. Advanced stuff, I guess, but I´ll try my best to understand it. Seems important for the future.
@geburges, thanks for the apointment, but I think that Brent in fact mentioned it. I was entering 3mm (stupid me, that´s what the filament label says…), but now I understand that this is not real, and going back to 2.85mm as in the default PLA profile seemed to fix the stringing a lot.
Now I would like to share some pictures of the final piece, with additional comments that come to my mind.
First of all, I quadruplicated the size of the model (decorative purposses). I used the default PLA profile with standard quality (layers of 0.25mm). The printing went smooth, no problems at all (well, I had a first failed attempt with 0% infill, a big nonesense to save some hours, but I discovered how wrong I was when it was time to draw some roofs and there was nothing to print at… Noob error).
The results were georgeous just at a first sight. Just a few ultra-tiny strings that were extremely easy to remove. I could try playing a bit with the retraction values, but it´s not worth it. The print is very good.
These are the pieces just after the removal. Nice result. Good definition and really strong pieces, solid as a rock.
The support material was very easy to remove in some parts, just with a few turns. In others it was harder and as in the neck of the head, there were visible marks of the removal procedure. I would like to play with the “Support > fill amount (%)” parameter, its 30% by default but I would like to try with less to make an easy removal, maybe 15%. Also, should I lower the X/Z/Y distances to improve this procedure?
The pieces that were supossed to fit were VERY hard to fit. This obviously has a lot to do with the Esteps you people mentioned later.
Maybe related with the fit issue. I noticed that (even with a 1mm shell thickness) I can see-through against a light and cleary watch the filled structure. How could I make it disappear? Obviously a 0% is not the solution if you have roof parts… So maybe a thicker shell like 2mm? Don´t get me wrong, the shell is harder enough with 1mm, but it still allows to see the internal parts and joins, and I would like to avoid this. It´s a common problem in all my printed pieces.
I´m pretty sure this is related to the “Infill overlap(%)” parameter, maybe I should lower it to avoid this visible joins between the external shell and the internal infill?
Here it is, after struggling a lot trying to fit the pieces. I should notice that something was wrong with my custom profiles. I´m now getting the quality of my first prints, the TAZ5 is simply amazing.
Thanks all for your help and suggestions!